It’s been 3 days and I’ve listened to this track at least five times a day. I don’t know how to stop.
Eat your heart out, Pharrell’s Happy, this track is the happiest one of them all. It’s got a tinge of nostalgia mixed with the bubbly happy shit that makes it impossible to not bob along to it with a dumb smile on your face. I want to listen to this on a loop and drive down PCH.
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Judge if you must, but when Linkin Park’s first two albums came out while I was in high school, they actually got me through some rough times back then. That being said I’ve always had a soft spot for them and this is the first time a DJ has actually supplemented one of their songs, rather than shit all over it. (inb4 “Linkin Park shits all over themselves”)
Where the fuck was I when Gorillaz covered The XX?? Probably drunk somewhere. Anyway, this is completely brand new news to me; 4 years late to this fucking party. Here’s a nice remix of the cover by JThunder, not sure why he doesn’t have it uploaded on his own SoundCloud, so I have to post this one I found.
I was digging through some older posts and came up on this one and was curious to see what else Shaun Frank has done and found this awesome stitching of Martin Garrix’s (and Jay Hardway) Animals and Wizard. I’ve been digging the trappy house stuff lately, so this totally hit the spot. (It should be noted that I’ve used the word ‘clubby’ and ‘trappy’ to describe both of Shaun Frank’s edits haha)
Jesus, I can’t keep up with today. Long story, short: I don’t like Beyonce, but damn it, I can’t stop listening to this remix.
Man, lots of goodies today. Here’s a remix of Eye of the Tiger. There really isn’t anything else to say.
This is a very Bastille-esque cover, and that’s saying a lot coming from me. But c’mon, how awesome is this track?
So………this exists. JayZ is definitely a love-him-or-hate-him kinda performer these days, a lot of people are growing tired of him, but dude still sells albums like crazy. Regardless, the Daft Punk portion of this track is still really fucking good.
A couple of weeks ago a mysterious artist posted an awesome rework of four OutKast songs and the internet was dying for more. At the time it was impossible to credit the artist, but he’s finally emerged as ZHU, who I can finally credit with a link to his (still mysterious and info-less) SoundCloud page. Go listen to his other awesome works.